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New Internationalist 11h
'To BP and the British Museum, I say how DARE you use my culture and my history as an attempt to hide your colonialist skeletons. Not my culture, not my country. No war, no warming!’ Yasmin Younis explains what led her to take action.
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Jamie Kelsey Fry Feb 18
The latest ⁦⁩ just arrived and it is yet another, cover to cover, piece of absolutely essential reading
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New Internationalist 20h
When the body bags reach the relatives, the biggest question remains, ‘Why?’ Mari Marcel Thekaekara writes about the senselessness of war.
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New Internationalist Feb 18
Hi Ali. Trying to get in contact. Could you follow back or drop an email to yohann.koshy@newint.org please?
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Yohann Koshy Feb 18
Copies of the March-April issue are back from the printers! I edited the central section, which is about the legacy & future of internationalism. Featuring , , , , , & more
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New Internationalist Feb 18
Many Nigerians saw the 2019 elections as another step toward better governance. For now, they wait in uncertainty. Chitra Nagarajan reports.
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New Internationalist Feb 18
Three weeks ago, a tidal wave of mining waste from a failed dam killed at least 165 people, with 155 still missing, in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais. Nick Terdre asks: why has nothing changed since Brazil’s last environmental disaster?
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New Internationalist Feb 17
The harassment of a leading Filipina journalist is a bad sign for press freedom in the Philippines, writes Iris Gonzales.
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New Internationalist Feb 17
Chilean-Argentine director Sebastian Lelio speaks to Malcolm Lewis about writing complex, engaging characters and film as a 'machine for empathy'.
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New Internationalist Feb 16
Malcolm Lewis reviews Burning, directed and co-written by Chang-dong Lee; Green Book, directed and co-written by Peter Farrelly.
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New Internationalist Feb 16
Under new rule, Vietnam is discrediting critics of the one-party state. Alexandre Sisophon reports from Hanoi on the academics and students resisting this campaign.
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New Internationalist Feb 15
15,000 students went on strike for climate change across 60 towns and cities in the UK. Here's what the Oxford contingent had to say:
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Jamie Kelsey Fry Feb 15
I will be talking about the phenomenal in my capacity as a teacher of 25 years and contributing editor to with the fab just after 5pm today on please do
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New Internationalist Feb 15
The harassment of a leading Filipina journalist is a bad sign for press freedom in the Philippines, writes Iris Gonzales.
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New Internationalist Feb 15
NI Eds kids are down at the Oxford today, this is what they can see:
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New Internationalist Feb 15
A reader asks Agony Uncle:
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New Internationalist Feb 14
"You are rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic" on those who believe students are better served picking up litter than taking a stand and striking against governments' inaction on
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New Internationalist Feb 14
"This is a real fear, this is causing a terrible psychological situation for teenagers to be learning their actual species is in threat" 's earlier today on the Jeremy Vine Show
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New Internationalist Feb 14
‘And so I made a pact to myself that the way that I would deal with that complicity was through resistance. And that the only way to exist in an institution is to resist it.’
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New Internationalist Feb 14
'If it had just been about drawing a line and a border, then the border would have been drawn a long, long time ago. But the negotiations very much touched upon many of these ideological issues. Israel was never prepared to address its history.'
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